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Works, but has unexpected effects.
from Austin, TX
About Me Simple Tastes
Comments about Brown Sugar Preserver:
My mother has one of these, and her brown sugar is always soft, so I bought myself one too. Soaked it as directed and placed it in a container with some very hard brown sugar. Lo and behold, next time I opened the container, the sugar was all soft and usable again! Saved me from having to throw it away and waste money. One caveat - some sugar did stick to the bottom of it and had to be pried off. Small price to pay, in my opinion, for nice soft brown sugar.
Bottom LineYes, I would recommend this to a friend
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from Brooktondale N Y
About Me Health Conscious
it is suppose to be soaked in water for 15 min and than dryed off and put in brown sugar. I find the sugar get hard faster if you don't keep soaking it.
Bottom LineNo, I would not recommend this to a friend
from Spencer, Ia
to keep brown sugar soft
Keeps brown sugar nice and moist.
By The cook.
from Suffolk Va.
This clay disc is great for keeping brown sugar moist when ever you are ready to bake. I gave my friend one as a gift.
Brown Sugar Preserver
from Oilfields of North Dakota
I added the soaked brown sugar preserver in water as directed and placed the dampened off disk in brown sugar that was at least 8 years old and so hard you had to use a hammer to break off chunks. The next morning the brown sugar was just like out of a fresh bag. This fat old Grandpa was very impressed.
from Henderson, NV
As soon as I put this preserver into my jar of brown sugar, it softened it, making it easy to scoop. It's amazing how fast and well it works!
No more hard chunks...brown sugar stays
By Granny Grits
from St Stephen, SC
Brown Sugar Preserver is just what it says. Keeps it soft and ready to use each time you go for it. If you have trouble keeping your brown sugar clump free...try the Brown Sugar Preserver.
By Over 50 and Lovin' It
from Washington DC Area
This, when used as directed (meaning soak it in water overnight then pat off the extra water before putting it in the bag of brown sugar) will take rock hard brown sugar and make it moist again, and if the sugar is already moist will keep it that way - but be sure to seal the sugar in an airtight bag. I had a 1 1/2 lb bag that took two 'treatments' and it's now fresh again, (had to re-wet the disc because the clay disc did dry out - the moisture transfers from it into the sugar, but then I had a lot of very dry sugar that needed to be treated).
Brown Sugar Preserver - really works
About Me Frequent Diner, Health Conscious
I hate lumpy brown sugar that gets so hard you can't use it. This is a simple solution.
Hope this will keep the sugar soft
Keep sugar from getting hard